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UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: HOW TO MAXIMIZE THE SPACE INSIDE YOUR SMALL DORM ROOM

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Adjusti ng to life inside a ti ny dorm room can be challenging for most students because you oft en have less space than you did when you were living at home. Not to menti on, most students end up having to share the small space with another student, further reducing the amount of available space for all of your belongings.

To make sure you get the most out of your limited space, it requires being creati ve and coming up with space saving ideas to create a comfortable living area to enjoy. Toronto modern furniture store, Furniture Express is pleased to offer these ti ps and suggesti ons to take advantage of every square inch of living space at your disposal.

Under the Bed Most dorm room beds are typically lower to the ground, leaving litt le room to store items underneath. However, you can add bed risers to elevate the bed off the ground and give you more storage space. Plasti c pull out totes work best for under the bed storage. They come in a variety of sizes and can be a great place to store clothing, blankets, bedding, towels, and other such items.

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Over the Bed Unless you have to share bunk beds with your dorm mate, do not overlook the value of corner shelves and wall shelf units. Wall hooks are also great for hanging up a variety of items, besides wall dĂŠcor and art. Furthermore, wall hooks can be used to secure power cords and charging cords for easy access and to keep them from getti ng tangled up on the fl oor.

Closets/Wardrobes Depending on the layout of your home decor Toronto, you could either have a ti ny closet or standing wardrobe. You can add one or two closet rods inside to increase hanging space to fi t more inside. Plus, it helps to fully uti lize the enti re clothes hanger, by hanging pants over the bott om secti on and shirts over the other secti on. Small cube-style stackable drawers also work well inside closets and wardrobes for storing socks, underwear, and other small and lose items.

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Over-the-Door Organizers Create more storage for shoes, umbrellas, t-shirts, toiletries, cleaning products, and more by adding overthe-door organizers on the inside of closet or wardrobe doors. You could also claim one side of the bathroom door, if your room has its own private bathroom.

Multi-Function Furniture When selecti ng furniture for your dorm room, choose pieces that can be used for multi ple purposes. For instance, a pull up table top coffee or end table offers interior storage as well as a table top for eati ng, working on homework assignments, or serving as a desktop for your laptop computer. If you want a room divider, consider using a ti ered cube-style shelving unit to secti on off the living spaces between your side of the room and your roommate’s, while at the same ti me giving your more storage space.

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For more space saving ideas and ti ps, as well as multi functi on furniture pieces for your dorm room, please feel free to stop by Furniture Express in Downtown Toronto or call us at 647-350-8282 today!

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University students how to maximize the space insi  

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